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Monthly Archives: October 2008

Recently I tried and purchased the Kodak Digital Gem Airbrush Pro PlugIn for Photoshop. I am amazed with this plug in. Traditionally I use a very intense and timely manner to smooth skin without loosing much skin detail. I am particular about this as my style is to not over blur an image or a […]

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White Balance White balance is the proper rendering of neutral colors, particularly gray, in order to realistically produce colors, red, green and blue to produce the proper mixture of colors in the image. Most DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras have various ways of adjusting for proper white balance. Auto White Balance – The camera […]

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What is Composition? Composition in Photography is very difficult to define, as it is very subjective. Although it is subjective it can be considered as a recipe as well as consideration of best practices. When shooting one should consider Shapes and patterns, texture, lines, symmetry and extremely important is Depth of Field. When shooting portraits […]

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Lens Selection Lens selection suggestion can be broken down into two simple words, It Depends. It depends on the given situation, typical digital camera or full frame digital camera, the subject, the subject distance, available light, depth of field required and composition. Another factor would be whether your digital camera is a standard digital camera […]

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File Types “RAW vs JPEG vs TIFF” Why does file type even matter? All semi pro and professional DSLR cameras and some consumer cameras allow you as the photographer to choose what file type or types you want the image to render. This is an extremely important option for a digital photographer to consider. The […]

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